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We present a simple microfluidic device that uses an array of well-defined chambers to immobilize thousands of femtoliter- to picoliter-scale aqueous drops suspended in inert carrier oil. This device enables timelapse studies of large numbers of individual drops, while simultaneously enabling subsequent drop recovery.
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